Medicine Research and Resources
Transgender Health Bibliography
• All material, except labeled "historical" dates from 2000 and later
• Citations are chosen based on strength of evidence and/or widespread utility in clinical care and research
• The bibliography will be updated periodically
• The bibliography CANNOT be comprehensive. However, if you feel an important citation is missing, email the Chair of the TG Medicine and Research Committee to recommend its addition.
TransMedicine Discussion Listserv
This group is a forum FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ONLY, primarily physicians, to discuss aspects of transgender medicine. The focus is on hormone therapy, transgender primary care, research, access to care and billing issues. All health professionals are welcome to apply for access; however please provide a means of confirming your identity, such as office phone number, address or fax.
Trans Health Journal Club
A journal club style critical review of current publications in evidence-based transgender medical care.
Tne Learning Trans project carries the goal of producing and highlighting trans community-produced knowledge.
The Centre seeks to bring together psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, as well as medical and legal experts who share a desire to better understand the phenomenon of transgenderism, as well as the circumstances in which transpeople (transgendered people) live, in Asia.
Center of Excellence for Transgender Health
The mission of the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health at the University of California, San Francisco is to increase access to comprehensive, effective, and affirming health care services for trans and gender-variant communities.
HIV among Transgender People
To help assess the state of the science, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) asked the IOM to evaluate current knowledge of the health status of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations; to identify research gaps and opportunities; and to outline a research agenda to help NIH focus its research in this area. The IOM finds that to advance understanding of the health needs of all LGBT individuals, researchers need more data about the demographics of these populations, improved methods for collecting and analyzing data, and an increased participation of sexual and gender minorities in research. Building a more solid evidence base for LGBT health concerns will not only benefit LGBT individuals, but also add to the repository of health information we have that pertains to all people.